An awesome hubby/son crew worked hard to install the tile this past weekend.
Lots of work, lots of learning, dinner out afterwards (my favorite!).
But my heart has sunk now that I see the tile in place - I don't like it!
Yes, I chose it. I had a sample in the bathroom for quite awhile so I could see it in the lighting in there.
Yes, I carried a tile around when looking at vanity finishes, flooring samples and the like.
(No, the iPhone cameral doesn't take very clear or color accurate photos in this darker space!)
So now I've become totally gun shy to choose any of the other flooring! So disappointed in myself which feeds right into some of my wackadoodle issues, bah!
"Her courage had sprung a leak."
Not sure I can expect this tile to be removed with the cost and hassle of doing so. What would you do?
And thus is the dilema in home design. Do you ever feel like everyone else gets it right the first time? My hubby can tell me story after story of clients who change their minds, often, who see something installed and don't like it . . . At All.
Keeping it real here!